More than 100,000 reduced air fares, 18,000 package tours, and 15,000 discount vouchers are to go on sale during the Vietnam International Tourism Fair – VITM Hanoi 2020, set to take place from April 1-4, according the Vietnam Tourism Association during a press conference held in Hanoi on January 9.
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on January 8 that in order to ensure the absolute safety of their passengers, they will be immediately changing air routes both to and from Europe in order to avoid areas that are being affected by heighened tensions in the Middle East.
Foreigners will pay just the same entrance fees as local visitors to relic sites in Vietnam starting from January 13 according to a new circular.
Airplanes remained the primary means of transport to carry international visitors to Vietnam, with 80% of the total 18 million foreign travelers to the country in 2019 arriving by air.
Sustainable tourism on the basis of green tourism is the path for Vietnam to go in the next 10 years, experts say.
Prestigious travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler published its list of the seven new wonders of the world on December 28, with Son Doong Cave in the central province of Quang Binh being named.
Last year Vietnam welcomed more than 18 million foreign tourists, a record-high figure, achieving an annual growth rate of 16.2 percent, and received several prestigious international tourism awards.
Vietnam’s tourism industry took off and flourished in 2019, making onto various lists as one of the most attractive destinations worldwide.
Trang An in Ninh Binh Province Vietnam won four awards at World Travel Awards 2019 in late September. It won Top Destination in Asia 2019, Top Gastronomic Destinations in Asia 2019, and Top Cultural Destination in Asia 2019, and Hoi An won the title of Asia’s Leading Cultural City Destination 2019. It also received dozens […]
Vietnam will continue visa exemption for citizens of Russia, Japan, the Republic of Korea (RoK), Finland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Belarus, until the end of 2022.
Night-time economic activities have been around in Vietnam for many years, especially in big cities and tourism hubs. However the night time economy is still quite fragmented and and spontaneous.
Alain Baron, a French national flying with national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines from France to Hanoi, became the first foreign tourist to set foot in the capital city in 2020.
Vietnam greeted over 18 million international tourists in 2019, the highest level so far, according to the General Statistics Office.
The 2019 National Tourism Year themed “Colour of the Sea” has ended with flying colours, as seen in the record number of international visitors and various prizes won by the country’s tourism sector.
Smart tourism is being applied in a number of tourist attractions in Hanoi such as Bat Trang ceramic village, Thang Long imperial citadel, Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature – National University) and Hanoi Old Quarter.